Seven things declared unsafe in our cowering colleges

Seven things declared unsafe in our cowering colleges

Here are seven other things that a school or its students have declared hazards to campus safety:

1. Bill Maher

When the University of Berkeley announced that Bill Maher would be its graduation speaker last October, more than 6,000 students signed a petition demanding that he be banned because he “perpetuates a dangerous learning environment” and “they cannot stand for any action that makes our students feel unsafe.”

2. Face paint of any color at any event ever

Last October, Arizona State University’s athletics department banned facepaint — “whether the theme is black, maroon, gold or white” — because ASU is an “inclusive and forward-thinking university” and they must make sure that “everyone feels safe and accepted.” …

3.  A petting-zoo camel (due to concerns over racial tensions)

4. The word “bullet” (not to be confused with actual bullets, which are a perfect example of something that can actually be dangerous) …

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